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IELTS Speaking Part-3 Society

  1. How do people in your country meet new people?

  2. Do you think it’s safe to meet new people online?

  3. Do you think it’s important for friends to spend time together?

  4. What kinds of things do friends in your country like to do together?

  5. Do you think families spend enough time together these days?

  6. How has socialising changed over the last few decades?

  7. Do you think it’s safe for children to socialize online?



How do people in your country meet new people?

In my neck of the woods, folks usually prefer to break the ice by joining local clubs or groups that align with their interests. You know, like hiking clubs, cooking classes, or even book clubs. It's a great way to kill two birds with one stone – pursue a passion and make new pals.

Do you think it’s safe to meet new people online?

Well, you know, it's a bit of a mixed bag. On the one hand, the internet can be a treasure trove of connections, but you've gotta keep your wits about you. It's like walking a tightrope – if you're cautious and use your common sense, you can strike up some genuine friendships. But if you throw caution to the wind, well, that's when trouble can come knocking on your door.

Do you think it’s important for friends to spend time together?

Absolutely! I reckon good friendships are like plants – they need some tending to thrive. Grabbing a cup of coffee, shooting the breeze, or even catching a flick together, it's these little things that keep the friendship flame burning. Otherwise, it's easy for it to fizzle out like a damp firework.

What kinds of things do friends in your country like to do together?

Oh, we're a laid-back bunch. You'll often find friends here kicking back at a local pub, chowing down on some grub, or just goofing off at someone's place. Playing it by ear, you know? Sometimes it's the simple things like a barbecue or a game night that really cement those bonds.

Do you think families spend enough time together these days?

Ah, that's a bit of a touchy subject, isn't it? It feels like everyone's caught up in the hustle and bustle of life. Between work, school, and other commitments, family time often takes a backseat. It's like we're all sailing on different ships in the same storm. But hey, it wouldn't hurt to drop anchor once in a while and gather the crew for some quality time.

How has socializing changed over the last few decades?

Oh, it's been quite the rollercoaster ride. Back in the day, it was all about face-to-face chats and neighborhood hangouts. Now, with smartphones and social media, it's like we've got the world in our pockets. People can connect instantly, but it feels like we're losing some of that personal touch, you know? It's like swapping handwritten letters for quick texts.

Do you think it’s safe for children to socialize online?

Well, it's a bit of a tightrope walk again. On one hand, it opens up a whole new world for them, connecting with friends and learning things. But we've got to keep a watchful eye, make sure they're not wandering into the dark alleys of the internet. It's like teaching them to ride a bike – you let them pedal, but you've got to keep an eye on the road to make sure they don't hit any bumps.


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